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Literature Service: Nitrogen

Substance: Nitrogen (N2)

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Authors Journal/Source Title/Paper Data Sheet
N2; nitrogen; CAS-No.: 7727-37-9
R.E. Worley Phys. Rev., 64, 207-224, (1943) Absorption Spectrum of N2 in the Extreme Ultraviolet

R.E. Huffman, Y. Tanaka, J.C. Larrabee J. Chem. Phys., 39, 910-925, (1963) Absorption Coefficients of Nitrogen in the 1000–580 A Wavelength Region

G.R. Cook, P.H. Metzger J. Chem. Phys., 41, 321-336, (1964) Photoionization and Absorption Cross Sections of O2 and N2 in the 600- to 100- Å Region

J.A.R. Samson, R.B. Cairns J. Geophys. Res., 69, 4583-4590, (1964) Absorption and photoionization cross sections of O2 and N2 at intense solar emission lines

G.M. Lawrence, D.L. Mickey, K. Dressler J. Chem. Phys., 48, 1989-1994, (1968) Absolute Oscillator Strengths of the Strongest Bands within the Dipole-Allowed Absorption Spectrum of Nitrogen

R.E. Huffman Can. J. Chemistry, 47, 1823-1834, (1969) Absorption cross-sections of atmospheric gases for use in aeronomy

R.D. Hudson Rev. of Geophysics and Space Physics, 9 (2), (1971) Critical review of ultraviolet photoabsorption cross sections for molecules of astrophysical and aeronomic interest

V.L. Carter J. Chem. Phys., 56, 4195-4205, (1972) High-Resolution N2 Absorption Study from 730 to 980 A

K. Yoshino, Y. Tanaka, P.K. Carroll, P. Mitchell J. Molecular Spectroscopy, 54, 87-109, (1975) High resolution absorption spectrum of N2 in the vacuum-uv region

P. Gürtler, V. Saile, E.E. Koch Chem. Phys. Lett., 48, 245-250, (1977) High resolution absorption spectrum of nitrogen in the vacuum ultraviolet

A. Lofthus, P.H. Krupenie J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 6, 113, (1977) The Spectrum of Molecular Nitrogen

E.C. Zipf, R.W. McLaughlin Planetary and Space Science, 26 (5), 449-462, (1978) On the dissociation of nitrogen by electron impact and by E.U.V. photo-absorption

B.E. Cole, R.N. Dexter J. Phys. B: Atom. Molec. Phys., 11, 1011-1023, (1978) Photoabsorption and photoionisation measurements on some atmospheric gases in the wavelength region 50-340 Å

H. Okabe John Wiley & Sons, New York, (1978) Photochemistry of Small Molecules

J.A.R. Samson, T. Masuoka, P.N. Pareek, and G.C. Angel J. Chem. Phys. 86, 6128-6132, (1987) Total and Dissociative Photoionization Cross Sections of N2 from Threshold to 107 eV

D.A. Shaw, D.M.P. Holland, M.A. MacDonald, A. Hopkirk, M.A. Hayes, S.M. McSweeney Chem. Phys., 166 (3), 379-391, (1992) A study of the absolute photoabsorption cross section and the photionization quantum efficiency of nitrogen from the ionization threshold to 485 Å

G. Stark, P.L. Smith, K.P. Huber, K. Yoshino, M.H. Stevens, K. Ito J. Chem. Phys., 97, 4809-4814, (1992) Absorption band oscillator strengths of N2 transitions between 95.8 and 99.4 nm

W. F. Chan, G. Cooper, R. N. S. Sodhi, C. E. Brion Chem. Phys., 170, 81-97, (1993) Absolute optical oscillator strengths for discrete and continuum photoabsorption of molecular nitrogen (11–200 eV)

A.C.A. Souza, S.K. Srivastava J. Braz. Chem. Soc., 5 (2), 59-65, (1994) Photoabsorption cross sections of Ar, N2 and Si(CH3)4 derived from electron energy loss spectroscopy

G. Stark, K.P. Huber, K. Yoshino, P.L. Smith, K. Ito J. Chem. Phys., 123, 214303-214313, (2005) Oscillator strength and linewidth measurements of dipole-allowed transitions in 14N2 between 93.5 and 99.5 nm

M.O. Vieitez, T.I. Ivanov, W. Ubachs, B.R. Lewis, C.A. de Lange Journal of Molecular Liquids, 141, 110-117, (2008) On the complexity of the absorption spectrum of molecular nitrogen